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Work starts on The Eden Futures development, on Jubilee Street, Newark ahead of autumn 2021 opening

Work is due to start soon on building a new supported living service in Newark.

The Eden Futures development, on Jubilee Street, is due to open in autumn 2021, and the company is recruiting for 35 support workers.

An artist's impression of the proposed Eden futures development. (43300545)
An artist's impression of the proposed Eden futures development. (43300545)

The company supports adults with learning disabilities, challenging behaviour, enduring mental ill-health and autism.

It has provided flexible long-term care, support and housing solutions for more than 25 years, and already has several facilities in Newark.

The development of purpose-built properties will provide eight self- contained apartments, and two-bedroom apartments for people who need physical adaptations with built-in assistive technology, and four new-build specialist bungalows.

Eden Futures is working with Minster Developments, social landlord Inclusion Housing and Nottinghamshire County Council to provide the new service.

Dave Whittock, director of service development at Eden Futures, said: “Every person we support has their own tenancy agreement and own front door, regardless of how complex their behavioural needs are.

“We have helped many people to live in their own home in their own community.

“This is achieved by working alongside them with the cooperation of developers, commissioners, landlords and health professionals.

“This allows us to identify potential sites where the right accommodation can be built, with the right support system around it so it can operate sustainably, like here in Newark.”

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